National University of Santiago del Estero (UNSE). Public University of Argentina; founded on May 10, 1973, as part of the Taquini plan, the higher education reorganization program that would lead to the foundation of Jujuy, La Pampa, Lomas de Zamora, Entre Ríos, Luján, Misiones, Salta, San Juan, San Luis and Catamarca.
It was formed from the Forest Engineering Institute of the National University of Córdoba, founded in 1958 and located in Santiago del Estero; the School of Agriculture, Livestock and Annexes of the National University of Tucumán, which dated from 1949 and was the result of an agreement between the UNT and the provincial government, and the Faculty of Engineering of the Catholic University of Santiago del Estero. Since 2000 it also has a School for Educational Innovation. It also has a radio station, LRK312 Radio National University of Santiago del Estero.
- Faculty of Agronomy and Agribusiness
- Faculty of exact sciences and technologies
- Faculty of forest sciences
- Faculty of humanities social and health sciences
- School for educational innovation